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&prequests.llsa jackson, the pdministrator oo thh environmental protection agenny, hassppllee a fast one. she has been using an epa email account under aa akee name to avoid complying wwth foia requuets. apparently several other seniorrepa staff are doing likewise.jackson's aliis is the name "riihard windsor." jackson allegedly uses this account to conduct epa business she wants to epa gladly responds to foia requests for email in jackson's name because the questionable activity takes placeein the fake name account. thissapparent violation of federalllaw was iscovered by ttink tank. cei discovered jackson is the seeond epa head to use an email account in a fake name. carole brownerr phe epa chief under biil &pwarming czar under barack obama, started the practice to evade federal law.for more on this story visit behind the headlines dot nett and follow mark hyyan. [ knocking ] oh, no, i got to go. oh, can you make that to go? these days, nobody has time to get sick. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from
aldermen sandy jackson's vote. it's a budget that i think fundamentally balances our budget but it does it by not raising property taxes, not raising sales tax not raising the energy tax. 9 million more would be invested in early childhood education after-school programs and jobs children's eye exams and programs to address domestic violence. her husband congressman jesse jackson is still absent from congress as a cloud of federal investigation surrounds them. missing another city council meeting that makes two in a row for this month alone. impatient politicians appear to want the congressman to come forward with the truth about his campaign finances for the sake of the second district. if it's beyond a health issue its and urgency and necessity for the congressman to come to terms with the fact that he has to make a decision very very soon. out of respect for his constituents. as city hall sympathy seemed to lie with sandy jackson as the alderman wife and mother who is keeping everything at tied both professionally and personally she has the worst attendance record of any aldermen ye
, the neighborhood dog, right? they chase him around the neighborhood. but not for 14-year-old jackson in smithfield, utah, he's got a whole new -- >> made a weird noise like a grunting noise. it's dark. i saw this figure, looked over and said, what the heck is that. >> what was it? >> voldemort. >> not voldemort from harry potter. this voldemort. >> a goat. >> cross eyed goat. >> lived down the street. voldemort got off his chain and started chasing jackson around the neighborhood. >> it freaked me out when it stood on its back legs and put its front legs around me and knocked me off. >> voldemort knocked jackson off his bike. then the dude has to run from this thing. he ends up going up a tree and is stuck in a tree for an hour. jackson's parents file a missing child report. police get a report about a child stuck in a tree. they intervened and rescued jackson. he's hearing it from his classmates. >> they are like hey, goat boy. why are you afraid of goats? i was that was a freaky goat, it was possessed. >> you know what happens. when you say voldemort, he comes. he's the guy who made a bet with h
hollywood hunk to talk to, "twilight" star kellen lutz is here, and also ahead some of michael jackson's most prized possessions are going to be -- going up on the auction block, from the crystal-encrusted gloves. willie really has his eye on those, to the jackets from the bad tour. >> a little outside of my price range. >> are they pretty left? >> yeah. >> i would imagine. >> natalie is standing by at the news desk. she has a check of the headlines. natalie. >> good morning to you guys, once again. good morning, everyone. federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly collision in midland, texas. on thursday four people were killed when a freight train slammed into their parade float carrying wounded war veterans to a banquet of honor. among the victims was a two-time purple heart recipient. 17 others were injured. early indications show that the train may have not seen the decorated flatbed approaching, even though the crossing gate and lights appeared to be working at the time. intensifying rocket barrages overnight between israel and gaza have the region teetering on the brink
argued for granting russia pntr, which has until now been prevented by what is known as the jackson-vanik amendment, focus on the supposedly bilateral trade benefits. the issue that concerns me and many members is not trade but human rights. advocates of repeal say that the jackson-vanik amendment is outdated and is purely symbolic and therefore should be disregarded. but in the ira of human rights, madam speaker, symbols can have a very great importance. over the years jackson-vanik has become a sign of the continuing u.s. commitment to human rights in russia and elsewhere. repealing the amendment could very well be interpreted as an indication that our commitment is now weakening. this would be a terrible signal to send at a time when putin is in the process of imposing ever tighter restrictions on all opposition to his regime, especially democratic activists and any others who dare to defy the authorities. i also oppose granting russia aren't -- pntr at this time because it is but one more concession by the united states in pursuit of the president's failed reset of relations wit
ago congress returned to washington illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. left the mayo clinic. he's been getting mental health treatment for months and right now nobody knows where he is. jay levine is at the congressman's capitol hill office. jay where is he? >> reporter: i think he's somewhere in minnesota, i believe with his mother. the fact is it was kind of eerie in his office. hit the feeling of a museum of pictures and mementos celebri celebrating a career. >> reporter: here in yes so jackson's office, his staff is working but the congressman hasn't been here since june. his inner office empty and untouched as doctors identified and started treatment for a bipolar mood disorder. first at the mayo clinic then as an out patient at his washington, d.c. home. for reporters and cameras literally chased him back to mayo last month. he left there on tuesday with his parents the reverend jesse jackson and mother jacqueline and hasn't been seen since. he's not in washington or chicago where his wife is chicago city councilwoman miss ad key vote at a meeting she was planning to atten
protection... citing her role as honorary consul to south korea. wgn has learned that alderman sandi jackson is back in washington d-c. she got there last night because of a family health issue not related to her husband jesse jackson jr. she usually goes to d.c. on weekends, but left early because of the family health issue. sandi jackson was absent from yesterday's budget vote at city hall. jackson called in sick yesterday, making this her second missed budget vote. a year after metra's biggest fare hike ever, the transit agency board may be coming back for more- raising fares once again. the board voted a short time ago. and they voted 72 to raise the price of the tickets by 11 percent. the riders said they were unhappy with the decision but they said they have no choice. they have no option but to commute into the city each day. the company that makes twinkies and ho-ho's announced this morning it's going out of business. thousands of employees are out of a job. wgn's judy wang reports from the hostess factory in schiller park. a big blow just days before thanksgiving. hostess set a de
off. i am hallie jackson. roadsides need to tackle the fiscal cliff. will they find enough ground to skew the country from the edge? >> tracking an accident in >> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 6:00. >> good morning. welcome back. i am stan stovall. >> i am mindy basara. what is the weekend looking like? >> yesterday was all clouds. we still have a clouds. some clouds producing sprinkles. most to the south east of us. it looks like the most perfect will be on the eastern shore, not a very significant. a couple sprinkles over and arundal county around annapolis. and here an indication there might be a sprinkle of bear, the clouds will be going away and we will see some sun. a better forecast. we will talk details in a minute. >> for the first time since announcing his resignation in the wake of an affair, david petraeus answering questions on capitol hill. >> but not about the scandal. hallie jackson joins us live with more. what will he be addressing? >> we are expecting him to be on capitol hill any minute now for a hearing on the hill
's possessed or something. >> he looks scary. police were called when jackson didn't come home. they found him up the tree with the goat nearby. got the goat away, got him down the tree and now he has a goat story to tell. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. >>> well, today's tip of the day is going to be is pomegranites. they come from california. the season is peaking. there are so many out there and prices are coming down. what's great, they are great for you. they have so much nutritional properties and they taste good. they are great in so many different recipes especially on a salad as well as the juice great for you. when you buy them, make sure when you open them up they look like this, nice and red and juicy. and to do that, you want to make sure that that pomegranate is red all the way around. now, if it has a little cracking to it that's okay. that means the seeds inside are big ready to burst. cracks right there isn't bad but be sure you don't see the pomegranites through the crack. store them on the counter at home not in the refrigerator. pomegranites this time of year is like
they don't know in the back that i am not doctor espanola jackson doctor of humanities. so what i came for today, i just left a meeting in bayview because there's a lot of things going on in my community. and i had stated that i will come and request, to our new manager to come ñ?ñ? to -- as you know, i am the founder offiñ?ñ? the black human rights leadership council ofnçñ?ñ? san francisco. and with all the concerns that we have in our community, we felt it was time for the head of the puc to come and address and hear the complaints. we have plenty of them. and i would like, when you come, also, the request i had made a couple of meetings ago about your staff, i meant a staff member you have, and i want to know how many have been hired, that live in bayview hunters point. and i would like to know the ratio of the staff here at puc. because i'm getting complaints, and i'm getting concerns of people -- you know, they won't call you but they call me because they think i can do something about it. so i want you to come
the federal case. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> anne arundal county police arrested 66-year-old man with a hollywood connection for allegedly sexually abusing several children over a number of years. police are trying to bigger out of there are more victims. jennifer franciotti live with the details. good morning. >> good morning. the victims are now adults. abuse started when there were eight years old. and documents show how vulnerable they may have been. >> it takes a lot of courage for victims to come forward with this information and present it to law enforcement. our detectives acted quickly and work in conjunction with the state attorney's office to ride with these charges. >> there commending breyer two adult males who came forward in august alleging they withstood sexual abuse at the hands of 66- year-old james farrow. they say it started in 2000, lasted until 2008. the victims were eight years old again. there would sleep over at his house with permission from their parents. charging documents reveal one of the victims told police the abuse had happened hundreds of times.
conservatives liars. they don't believe in small government at all. they want michael jackson government to impose their nonsense morality which is the deepest form of immorality there is upon the rest of us. did that look moral to you? that's the same kind of sickness that they want to bring her to the united states. all right kathy spiller is going to join us, it is executive editor of mismagazine and vice president of the feminist majority organization. as you can tell, i'm a little upset about this story but oftentimes, we hear from republicans oh, come on, don't be silly, you know, roe v. wade, it's not republicans are in charge, all of a sudden it would take that away or contraception but in fact, isn't that their exact plan. >> oh, there's no question, the republican party platform was very clear. they want to reverse roe v. wade, even this republican dominated congress that we've just lived with the last two years passed a bill they called the protect life bill. we called it the let women die bill. they wanted to pass a law that any hospital in this country that received any fede
and jesse jackson at a political fund-raiser. so that's why i say it's unclear what his political affiliations are. >> you're right. that does murk it up a bit. thank you, bart gelman. thank you, sari horowitz. thanks for ruining my theory. >>> up next, president obama toured some of the hardest-hit parts of the new york area as the recovery continues after hurricane sandy. there's chuck schumer right behind him. this is "hardball," the place for politics. ng you ship my gifs couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and my daughter loves the santa. oh, ah sir. that is a customer. let's not tell mom. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. >>> mitt romney failed to carry his home state of massachusetts and the romney/ryan ticket didn't win paul ryan's home state of wisconsin either. 20 presidential tickets in american history have lost both their home states, although romney and ryan are the first to reach that level of futility since 1972 when george mcgovern and sargent shriver didn't carry either of their home states, south dakota
historian jon meacham. how do you do it? you just finished jackson it seems. >> everyone i write about, i don't have to call. you have to make phone calls and report and -- >> and you just have to get to read all of the original letters. >> i read things. that's right. >> you write brilliantly. congratulations. >> thank you. >> what can we learn from thomas jefferson, whatever you learned, what surprised you? >> what surprised me was how political he was. like a lot of people, you're involved with colonial williamsburg, you know this well, that jefferson is seen as this man of the renaissance of ideas philosophy. he wanted us to think that putting on his tom stone, declaration of independence, university of virginia. from 14he was in public office d seeking it and a hard nosed politician that believed so strongly in america and in the american revolution that was his principled belief. but he would cut any deal short of compromising that fundamental tenant. >> and his ability to compromise, and to work with different factions, what can we learn about that? what should we be learning as a
partying. it's friday. it's time for a little fun with spare change. today we are joined by joey jackson and kendra smith. a food critic from "the new york times" to be discussing view to guy fieri about his new restaurant. he said that his margarita tasted like formaldehyde and look like radiator fluid. the same day the review is printed from "the new york times" had a party at that very restaurant. we think of that? when you think they would poison on their food? i mean, obviously, they are spreading -- i mean, i can't even. >> talk about mean-spirited. it is one thing to write overview. but to be objective and go off like that, what was the agenda there? to be hypocritical and have the party with all the people there. >> my guess is the author was about to get fired or something and he wanted to draw a lot of attention to himself. that's all i can come up with. but i wouldn't expect that much. it's in the heart of times square. i wouldn't go in there expecting a culinary beast. >> what they did, it was unbelievable. and you scratch the surface. >> is the one oh, yeah, it was so long.
. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: i'm upset with when congressman jesse jackson has been gone so long in a mental health hospital i think there should be some rule that a republican has to go away to a mental health hospital too there are so many candidates i think john mccain ought to be the one. >> stephanie: let's not make fun. all right. >> representative jackson we wish him well. >> stephanie: yes. hello, marlene. you're on "the stephanie miller show." marlene, by the way, i don't think john mccain is mentally ill. he's just cranky. >> like old men generally are. >> stephanie: exactly. i was going to update on you the the. [ world world news music ] >> stephanie: the finding appears to bolster assertions by petraeus and his lova. his biographyer-slash-lova. >> his thang. >> his boo. >> stephanie: his good thang. their affair did not put national security secrets at risk. wow, did you see that. [ music [ world news music ] >> he had--wow, broad well told petraeus republican money men approached her about a senate run in north carolina. >> why her? >> stephanie: she volunteered what happened
? joey jackson and brian claypool, a defense attorney. there was an error for 10 years, joey, where instead of reporting -- they have to give the data to u.s. news and world report about how great they are. one of the data they have to submit is how many freshmen were in the top 10% of their high school classes coming into your university. they were reporting 78% when it was 5 it%. >> that's a little bit of a problem. i feel bad for the students who were there who relied upon either an intentional misrepresentation or negligent misrepresentation. the university should know better and certainly the students and the parents deserve better. furthermore, not only do we get to the issue of negligence or intentional rit representation but -- misrepresentation. these students were induced into attending this university based upon what they relied to be a ranking they felt was substantive and accurate. megyn: what about those students who want to move on to professional school and are planning to go to law school or med school who thought they would be emerging from a university ranked 51st
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